When to Call Your Doctor


Call your doctor IMMEDIATELY if you have ANY of these warning signs:

  • Fever of 102F or higher
  • Severe shortness of breath
  • Pain with fever or bleeding
  • Vomiting accompanied by pain or fever
  • Steady or heavy discharge of water fluid from your vagina
  • Any amount of bleeding accompanied by severe pain, fever or chills
  • Severe or persistent headache, especially with dizziness, faintness, nausea, or vomiting or visual disturbances (blurring)
  • Leg pain with redness and swelling
  • Moderate to severe pelvic pain
  • Passing of tissue
  • Moderate to heavy bleeding
  • Low mood, loss of pleasure, and thoughts of harming yourself or others

Remember, do not hesitate to call your health care provider if something worries or bothers you. Don’t wait around.


“With the new baby on the way, I strongly recommend the following books for your family.” -Angela
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